Deb & The Dynamics
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Deb & The Dynamics

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(CD) 2004 "Deb & The Dynamics Live" (At The Pine Island Music Fest)

(CD) 2006 "Feel So Good"



Deb & The Dynamics are comprised of five unique & talented musicians. All five members play many different instruments and all of them compose music as well. They are currently collaborating on orginal songs for an upcoming CD project. The lineup is as follows:


Originally from Conneticut Deb has played in several hi-profile bands. It was in Virginia that she joined an all woman - all original band, "MOXXIE", in this band Deb would be the lead singer and play bass guitar for several years.
Collaborating on their original compositions Moxxie put a lot of time into those songs and it paid off. On their second gig, they opened for rock legends, "Emmerson Lake & Palmer" at the Hampton Coliseum.

Her next project combined her and guitarist Deborah Coleman from "MOXXIE" in a power trio named, "Mis' Behaven" a group that set the audience's on fire, winning showcases for major labels and opening for acts like Delbert McClinton and KoKo Taylor. They had a ball for about three years and eventually went their separate ways.

Deb then formed her own nine piece band, "The R&B All-stars", playing the old music from Stax Records as well as the Temptations and Otis Redding, perfecting her "in the pocket" bass technique along the way. This band would find itself sharing the bill with the Beach Boys, the Spinners, Huey Lewis and The News, and Percy Sledge. Four years later and after playing with what she calls some of the soulfulist people she ever met, the band split up. Some six years later, they still get together on special occasions to play.

After moving to Florida Deb got a call from her friend Deborah Coleman asking her to go on tour, Coleman had gotten a contract with Blind Pig Records and now eight years later she was playing bass again with Coleman. Performing sold out shows not only in the USA but Europe and Japan, Deb toured with Coleman for four years and appeared on her last two albums "Living on Love" and "The Life in California Soul Be It".
Currently , Deb resides on Bokeelia, where she formed the Dynamics with Graham Fineout Stay tuned as her legend grows!

GRAHAM FINEOUT: Graham is a Michigan native who played Drums and Guitar in the "Jellyroll Blues Band" and opened for Jazz and Blues greats like Ramsey Lewis, Bob James, KoKo Taylor, James Cotton, Earl Klugg, Johnny Adams, Matt (Guitar) Murphy and the Shirelles. A natural born showman, Graham injects the Dynamics performances with spontaneity, tireless energy, and the all around goodtime vibe that fans associate with the band. A fine vocalist, songwriter, arranger, & guitarist Graham is deservedly referred to as the "heartbeat" of Deb & The Dynamics.

RICK RUSSELL: Born and raised in Western N.Y. Rick was influenced early on by Chicago blues, New Orleans funk & driving blues rock. Gradually he began adding harmonica and guitar to his performances and in 1976 headed south. Playing and fronting several house bands on Sanibel, he also began recording and producing his own music. In the mid - 80s he moved to Austin, Texas to play with Hal Ketchum of Grand Old Opry fame. While in Texas he also played with several other prominent Texas Swing and blues bands before moving back to S.W. Florida.
His instrumental music has been used in PBS documentaries and Rick is also is an award winning artist whose work has garnered numerous awards, and is on display in galleries, museums, and private collections worldwide. His art work and original music compositions have been profiled on PBS TV.
While sitting in with another group on the same bill as Deb & the Dynamics, Rick first heard the band and fell head over heals for their sound. Shortly thereafter he began sitting in with the Dynamics and eventually became a permanent member.
MIKE SCHVENSKI: Michael " The Kid" Schvenski has been playing guitar since the age of 14. He has been playing blues locally with The Cobalt Blues Band for 8 years, and with well known musicians, such as harmonica all-star "Shakey Ray" Diaz and bottle slide guitar virtuoso the legendary "Beer Bottle Bobby" Nickeson. He has also been featured with formidable local acts like The Mambo Brothers, The Juice, Danny Sheppard, & Cleanhead. Mike has been dubbed " The Kid" by seemingly always being the youngest member in his bands. His seamless fusion of blues / rock styles, excellent command of dynamics, magnetic personality, and outstanding showmanship have established him as a force to be reckoned with and a real crowd pleasing musician on the Southwest Florida blues scene.

NEWT COLE: Another native of Michigan and Long time friend of Grahams, Newt also played with the "Jellyroll Blues Band". You may also remember him from "Newt and The Salamanders" opening for the "Average White Band", and most recently playing with "The Fabulous Horndogs". After relocating to Matlacha, Pine Islanders came to know Newt and Graham as "The Palmtones", following the considerable impact they had in